Last night, at about three in the morning, prolific game creator Hideki Kamiya announced his departure from Platinum, the game studio he made famous. It’s an oddball time to announce such a thing but it’s in tune for the eccentric man, most known as the creator of Bayonetta.
The Game Awards is turning into more of a trailer show than an awards ceremony, but that’s fine with us. Getting another E3 for Christmas is a nice present. Over 20 trailers premiered for the first time at last night’s event, but here’s the best of what we saw.
Hellena Taylor had been Bayonetta’s voice actress since the first game. She also voiced her in the crossover games where the tall leggy witch appeared. When an Anime Adaptation of the first game was made, She also voiced her in the English dub. She is now asking fans of the game to Boycott Bayonetta 3 because of the treatment she got. After voicing the character since 2009, She felt insulted that the offer she got for Bayonetta 3 is only $4000. That amount of money is too low for an established voice actress.
Bayonetta 3 is burning the hype that fans have been waiting for long. The Release date trailer reveals another playable character. Her name is Viola, and she looks like a homage to Nero from Devil May Cry 4. Some fans may not know that Both Bayonetta and Devil May Cry are creations by the same man. Hideki Kamiya was a former Capcom Employee who made Bayonetta some spiritual Successor to Devil May Cry. Well, when Bayonetta was first released, there was no new Devil May Cry game, and Capcom is trying to replace it with the failed and controversial reboot d.M.c.
Mari Shimazaki is a videogame character designing genius. She knows how to make characters women will like to cosplay and men will like to play us. Her Most popular character creation of all time has been Bayonetta. The creator of the game wanted a sexy Witch character who can match Dante from Devil May Cry’s popularity. Even if sex-negative feminists hate her designs, her characters have a popular female fanbase. The following Photos belong to Mari Shimazaki’s blog.
Bayonetta wears her classic outfit and she struggles fighting an unknown enemy. That teaser now makes sense with the actual trailer in Bayonetta 3. Fans are theorizing that the Classic version of her died. So who is the petite lady we see on the latest trailer? In the Trailer, Japanese military men were struggling to fight an entity that could be an Angel or Demon. The Angel slaying witch came to save the dead and apologized for being fashionably late. One thing you will notice in the trailer is that Bayonetta is younger and shorter. She is not the 300-year-old seductress witch we know.
Today, is the official release for the Bayonetta & Vanquish 10th Anniversary Bundle for Playstation 4 and Xbox One! This combo pack features two of the most popular videos of decade remastered for 4K resolution at 60 fps. In addition, the release features a special Launch Edition, that includes a Steelbook case and Anniversary Artwork. The artwork is produced by Weapons Van with supervision by both, Bayonetta director Hideki Kamiya and SEGA. Furthermore, SEGA has a launch trailer available for the game’s release, which can be seen below:
Sega’s sassy, saucy witch is ten years old (actually she’s centuries old, but in terms of video games…) To celebrate Bayonetta’s birthday, they’re re-releasing her first game — again — but this time on Playstation 4 and XBox One.
If you’ve been paying attention to good games, you know that Bayonettas 1 and 2 are coming to Nintendo Switch next month. Bayonetta 2 will be sold on a physical game card and come with a download code for Bayonetta 1 (and despite the rumors you might have heard, Bayonetta 1 is not physical on Switch anywhere, not even in those deluxe collectors’ editions from overseas).
Yesterday an interesting tweet appeared on the official account of Platinum Games. It shows the two versions of Bayonetta from the first game and the sequel on top of each other — one has a light blue background, the other has a bright red background. These are also the official colors of the Switch Joy-Cons.
Bayonetta is one of those fan-favorite franchises that people can’t help but love. It’s got a sassy main character, over-the-top action, and is absolutely beautiful to look at. Yet, there has only been two games in the series, and fans are wondering if a third will ever arise. The game started out on Xbox and Playstation, then got moved to the Nintendo Wii U for Bayonetta 2. So if a third game, where would it even go?